IMBA spotlights advocacy hotspots

Originally posted on November 15, 2010 at 12:50 pm

The International Mountain Bike Association has developed a new series of web pages to organize and highlight advocacy efforts across the country. Part of IMBA’s Public Lands Initiative, the web resources are just one component of a comprehensive effort to provide enhanced tools and staff support for critical hotspots where mountain bike access is at risk.

The pages provide a format for posting comments, contacting IMBA staff and sharing links to other web resources, IMBA says. 

Check them out here. The links to local hotspots are on the right.

The PLI works to identify high-priority trails across the nation and keep them open to mountain bikes, provides professional training sessions, enhanced communication tools and facilitated negotiations with stakeholder groups and more. 


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